by Emad Burnat and Guy Davidi
Guy DVD Films, Burnat Films Palestine, Alegría Productions
| 2011 | color / black and white | video | 90’ and 52’ |

Palestinian farm laborer Emad has five video cameras, and each of them tells a different part of the story of his village's resistance to Israeli oppression. Emad lives in Bil'in, just west of the city of Ramallah in the West Bank. Using the first camera, he recorded how the bulldozers came to rip the olive trees out of the ground in 2005. Here, a wall was built directly through his fellow villagers' land to separate the advancing Jewish settlements from the Palestinians.

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Burning Out

by Jérôme le Maire
AT Production/AT-DOC, Iota Production (Belgium), Louise Productions (Switzerland), Zadig (France)
| 82’ | Belgium-France | 2016 | HD |
Burning out follows a group of doctors and their team crushed by a profitability injunction of our contemporary world. Could they resist ? If the caregivers are suffering who will treat them ?

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Cody - the dog days are over

by Martin Skalsky
Buzzinho Codestar GmbH , Playground Media Productions AG
| 85’- 52’ | Switzerland | 2019 | 4K |
Are we capable to give animals rights? What would it mean if we’d decided to do so? Would it have an effect on the most crucial topics of our time: environmental responsibility, climate change, etc.?

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Dear Mother, I Meant to Write about Death

by Siyi Chen
Introvert Films, Fish+Bear Pictures, CNEX Foundation
| 63’ - 52' | China, USA | 2022 | |
Growing up as the daughter of a physician, Siyi learnt at a very young age about the danger of emotions. Her mother, Dr. Shen would always tell her in the same way she would speak to her patients, “Focus on solving the problem. How does crying help?” Driven by their stoicism, both the mother and daughter end up as overachievers. Dr. Shen was the first woman to go to college from her rural hometown and Siyi graduated from a top university in China. After the mother and daughter have lived apart - sometimes even on different continents - for more than 10 years, destiny brought them back together. They meet at the same hospital where Siyi spent her childhood and where Dr. Shen worked for her whole life. However this time, Dr. Shen is no longer the invincible doctor but a cancer patient, and Siyi raises questions she never got to ask as a kid. As the mother and daughter face old scars and an uncertain future, they build a deeper bond by completely taking off their armors in front of the camera. Their journey is a story about finding power from vulnerability, and love from our deepest fear.



by Nays Baghai
Running Cloud Productions
| 67’ - 52’ | Australia | 2020 | 4K |
Dutch ice freediver Kiki Bosch swims in the world’s coldest waters without a wetsuit as therapy for a trauma she experienced and to inspire others.

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DIVE - rituals in water

DIVE - rituals in water

by Hanna Björk Valsdottir, Elin Hansdottir, Anna Run Tryggvadottir
Akkeri Films, Ground Control Production
| 73’ & 52’ | Iceland | 2019 | HD |

Three female directors explore the sensory world of newborns in this delightful depiction of an unconventional infant swim class.

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Erwin Olaf

Erwin Olaf. The Legacy

by Michiel van Erp
De Familie Film & TV
| 76’ | Renowned Dutch photographer Erwin Olaf is currently celebrating his 60th birthday and asks himself some big questions: What has been the meaning of his career? Does his work have any value, and if so, will it continue to be valued in the future?
Has his artistic calling, has his life, been of any use? The film shows the struggles of a celebrated artist at the peak of his fame taking stock, with pain in his heart, of a life’s hard work - while, just at the right time, his body of work is safeguarded for posterity.

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Ethiopiques - Revolt of the Soul

by Maciek Bochniak
Pokromski Studio, P’Artisan Film Produktion GmbH
| 70’ & 52’ | Poland, Germany, UK | 2017 | |
The story of forgotten Ethiopian musicians who became a considerable inspiration for free jazz and pop music nowadays.This is an account of the courage and audacity of these gifted musicians who were the creators of stunning sounds and music against all odds.

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Gentle Warriors

Gentle Warriors

by Marija Stonyté
| 52’ & 70’ | Lithuania | 2020 | 4K |
Last year Lithuanian President announced the country to be under threat of Russian attack and, for the first time since the Soviet times, decided to reintroduce conscription in the country. “Gentle warriors” follows a journey of five girls who chose voluntary military service. They live and train in an isolated military facility among 600 men for nine months.

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by Monique Busman
| De Familie | 86’ - 52' | The Netherlands | 2011 | HD
Starting in 1956, people who wanted to have a sex change operation could go to gynecologist Georges Burou in Casablanca - without having to undergo any psychological assessment. Filmmaker Michiel van Erp asks some of these pioneers, all old women now, if the choice that they made back then has changed their lives as they had hoped. How did the outside world react to this first generation of transsexuals?

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Kapitalism - Our Secret Recipe

by Alexandru Solomon
HiFilm Productions, Neon Rouge / Seppia
| 55' - 80' | Romania | France | Belgium | 2009 | HDCAM 16:9 |
Imagine Ceausescu came back 20 years after he was overthrown and executed in Romania. The idea might seem absurd or bizarre - and it is. But so is the post-communist reality the former communist dictator would encounter. The people who built capitalism in Romania are his nearest and dearest and they are actually the ones who are doing business with Western Europe today...

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La Chana

by Lucija Stojevic
Noon Films S.L., Bless Bless Productions
| 82’ & 55’ | Spain | 2016 | HD |
An intimate portrait of Gypsy flamenco dancer La Chana as she returns to the stage after a 23-year break and uncovers the secret why she disappeared at the peak of her career.

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by Leon Lee
Flying Cloud Productions
| 76’ | Canada | 2018 | HD |
When Julie Keith from Damascus, Oregon found a mysterious letter hidden in her Halloween decorations, she never imagined that it would lead to international scandal, and the closure of a notorious forced labour camp in China.

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by Stian Servoss & Benjamin Langeland Thorvald Nilsen | Norway | 70’ - 52’ | 2019
Aurora is a pop music sensation from a small town in Western Norway. She was discovered at the age of 16, dropped out of school, and spent the next years touring the world with her first album. At the age of 20 she is at a breaking point. Is this really what she wants, and if not, does she have any other option but to continue?

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by Fahad Mustafa & Deepti Kakkar Globalistan Films
| India | 80' - 52' | India | 2013 | HD
Shariq, a 22-year-old electrician living in Kanpur, is renowned for his prowess in stealing electricity. In the face of day-long power-cuts, he runs illegal connections from one neighborhood to another so that homes, factories and business are not left in the dark. Meanwhile, the city administration is renewing its efforts to clamp down on power-theft, which costs them millions of rupees in losses each year.

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Raise the Bar

by Gudjon Ragnarsson
Sagafilm, Pystymetsä
| 70’ | Iceland, Finland | 2020 | 2K |
High anxiety and a low self-esteem is a known and growing problem for young girls today. We get an insight into the mind of the girls and their path towards their teenage years. This is a story about growing up, were we explore the ideas the girls have about themselves and what is changing in their lives as they train basketball in a way we have hardly seen before. We look at them both as individuals, as girls in sports and as team players. The basketball is the red thread through the story, but adding the layers of the individual girls into the film to understand how they are taking the tools they are handed and using that in their everyday life. It therefore also deals with child participation in matters that are important to them.

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Stranger in Paradise

by Guido Hendrikx
Zeppers Film &TV
| 72’ | The Netherlands | 2016 | HD |
Being unwanted is a reality that the thousands of refugees flowing into Europe have to face. Three different scenarios of welcoming are presented to three groups of refugees: a dismissive, an empathetic and the actual European migration policy. Is it human to categorize someone else’s life?

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The Earth Is Blue as an Orange

by Iryna Tsilyk
Albatros Communicos Film Production, Moonmakers
| 73' | Ukraine | 2020 | |

Single mother Anna and her four children live in the front-line war zone of Donbas, Ukraine. While the outside world is made up of bombings and chaos, the family is managing to keep their home as a safe haven, full of life and full of light. Every member of the family has a passion for cinema, motivating them to shoot a film inspired by their own life during a time of war.

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by Barbara Visser
De Familie Film - TV
| 70' | The Netherlands | 2018 | Cinemascope |
THE END OF FEAR is a cinematographic essay on a crucial and controversial work of art from the 1960’s, the painting Who’s Afraid of Red, Yellow and Blue III by Barnett Newman. What is the possible value of art: what makes something a work of art; who decides this; what does it mean; what is the value of art in economic, artistic, and social terms?

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The Poetess

by Stefanie Brockhaus, Andreas Wolff
Brockhaus/Wolff Films GbR
| 88’ & 52’ | Germany, Saudi Arabia | 2017 | HD |
Hissa Hilal, a 43-year-old housewife from Saudi Arabia, tests her boundaries in the daily struggle for change. Veiled in a burqa, she gains international fame at Abu Dhabi’s prestigious contest “Million’s Poet” with her poems critical of terrorism and the ideologies of fanatic islamists.

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Tongue Cutters

by Solveig Melkeraaen
Medieoperatørene as
| Norway | 2017 |
Cod season is the backdrop of the story of Ylva (9) and Tobias (10). Ylva lives in Oslo and comes to visit her grandparents – and to learn cod tongue cutting. Tobias has worked on the docks since he was six and is already skilled with the knife. Now he is to tutor Ylva. We follow their friendship and get to see how children, when given the opportunity, take on responsibility for work, life and for each other.

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by Anna Eborn
Momento Film, Adomeit Film, Clin d’oeil films
| 93’ | Sweden, Denmark, Belgium | 2019 | |
Shot on 16mm, Transnistra follows a group of young people as they move from a carefree summer through an unforgiving winter in the self-proclaimed state of Transnistria. At the forefront is Tanya, a headstrong young woman who spends her time with young men who all seem to be in love with her.

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Wake up on Mars

by Dea Gjinovci
Mélisande Films , Alva Film, Amok Films
| 74’ | France, Switzerland | 2020 | 4K |
A 10-year-old Roma boy living in Sweden attempts to come to terms with the mysterious Resignation Syndrome that has put his two sisters in a coma. The tight-knit family is trying to rebuild a normal life far from their native Kosovo where they were victims of persecution. While their entire future hangs in the balance of a pending asylum request, the little boy dreams of building a spaceship to leave it all behind.

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by Rebecca Cammisa
Reason Pictures - Mr Mudd - White Buffalo Films - Cactus Three
An HBO Documentary Films
| USA | 2009 | 82' | Color | HD |
As the United States continues to build a wall between itself and Mexico, Which Way Home shows the personal side of immigration through the eyes of children who face harrowing dangers with enormous courage and resourcefulness as they endeavor to make it to the United States.

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Wintopia the enigmatic footsteps of renowned documentary filmmaker Peter Wintonick


by Mira Burt-Wintonick
EyeSteelFilm Distribution, National Film Board of Canada
| 88’ | Canada | 2019 | |

A box of tapes uncovered. A father’s obsession with Utopia. A daughter’s struggle to reconnect with her dad by completing his unfinished film. Wintopia traces the enigmatic footsteps of renowned documentary filmmaker Peter Wintonick through the lens of his daughter, as she attempts to decipher the map he has left behind. Reverberating with emotion and whimsy, the film guides us on a journey through possible worlds in pursuit of reconciliation, both between artist and family and between dreams and reality.

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Women of The Venezuelan Chaos

by Margarita Cadenas
MC2, Les Films d’Ici
| 83’ - 57’ | France | 2017 | HD |
Five Venezuelan women, from different backgrounds and generations, draw a portrait of their collapsing country that faces possibly its worst social, economic, power and political crisis in its 200-year-history.

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You Have No Idea How Much I Love You

by Pawel Lozinski
Lozinski Production ltd., TVP SA, Mazovia Film Fund
| 80’ | Poland | 2016 | HD |
What does the word «love» really mean? During our lives, we often create bonds and ties with our close ones, which with time seem to us impossible to untangle. The film tells the story of the tragedy of two women, mother and daughter, bound together by a difficult, complicated feeling. For the protagonists, the crucial event is a meeting with a third person, a stranger who becomes a close one, an experienced therapist. His basic tools are words and empathy.

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